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Door remains ajar for Cup hopefuls

The first match of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup is still some five months away, but players on the edge of Australia's ODI squad are running out of chances to put their name forward for cricket's showpiece event. Australia will play eight ... Noodls, 5 days ago

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Melbourne Age

White-ball specialists to be sidelined

Test aspirants who are established in Australia's limited-overs teams are set to play only one or two Sheffield Shield matches this summer, because of a fixture skewed to give Australia the best chance of home World Cup success. James Faulkner, ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Australia's World Cup goal to sideline white-ball specialists from Sheffield Shield  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, BCCI Need to Make Peace Over 'Who-is-the-Boss' Comments

Dhoni backed Fletcher to guide India till the 2015 World Cup. The Board was 'hurt'. AP In 2013, ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy in England, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni faced a tirade of uncomfortable questions from the media. The ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Unlucky Phillip Hughes Snubbed Again

File pic: Hughes was left out as Haddin was preferred for the firts ODI vs Zimbabwe. Melbourne: Not for the first time, opener Phillip Hughes finds himself warming the Australian bench despite injured skipper Michael Clarke saying last week that ...
 NDTV1 month ago Aus vs Zim: Unlucky Phillip Hughes snubbed again  India TV1 month ago Unlucky Hughes snubbed again  NewKerala.com1 month ago

Log-jam at top of ODI tree

Above: The tri-series trophy Australia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are playing for So close are the three top-ranked one-day international teams that each of the next six matches around the globe could elect a new world leader. The official ...
 Noodls1 month ago

Sting in the tail for Maxwell

For Glenn Maxwell, Monday brought good news, but it was not without a sting in the tail. The good news was the confirmation of his return to Australia's Test squad for the two-match series against Pakistan in the UAE, his first Test tour since his ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Rod terms Pak-Australia series extremely important

- Islamabad—Australian Selector Rod Marsh believes their series against Pakistan is highly important thus presenting them a chance to reclaim the number one Test ranking saying it will also prove good for the preparation of the 2015 World Cup. ...
 Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago

New-look Cummins back for Australia

It's been almost two years since Pat Cummins played for Australia, but he insists that his time away from international cricket has not been time wasted. Beset by injuries since his man-of-the-match performance on Test debut against South Africa ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago

Squads named to face Pakistan

Steve O'Keefe NSW Mitchell Johnson WA Chris Rogers VIC Peter Siddle VIC Steve Smith NSW Mitchell Starc NSW David Warner NSW David Warner NSW Cameron Boyce QLD Pat Cummins NSW Kane Richardson SA Steve Smith NSW Mitchell Starc NSW ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago

Finch replaces Bailey as T20 skipper

THE divide between limited overs and Test cricket has become ever greater, with the appointment of Aaron Finch as Australia's new Twenty20 captain. He replaces another short form specialist, George Bailey, who stepped down as skipper of the national ... weeks ago
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